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  • Why People Choose Epoxy Floors

    intended for industrial and commercial spaces, epoxy floors have also become a good choice for residential areas. If you are considering this type of flooring for your home, there are a few things that you should know about it first. Main advantages The main reason why people choose epoxy coatings for home spaces is due to their glossy finish. This gives the floors a very luxurious feel, and it can also brighten up dark spaces. Moreover, epoxy floors are very easy to clean. An epoxy coating is a homogeneous surface. It doesn't have any pores or any spaces where dirt and bacteria can gather, so it is also a very hygienic solutions. They are also non-slippery. Where to install them Due to the fact that it delivers a hard and cold surface, an epoxy coating is not suitable for any room of the house. For example, it is a very bad choice for a bedroom. However, it is great for kitchens, basements garages and even living rooms. For kitchens it is great as it is easy to clean and sanitize. It is a great choice for garages as it won't be damaged by oil stains, and it is also great for basements as it can brighten up the space. Nonetheless, if you have humidity problems in the basement, it would be wise to choose another flooring solution, as epoxy coatings don't get along well with humidity. This is why this type of floor is also not recommended for bathrooms, as it does not have a great water resistance. Moreover, when wet, an epoxy floor can…

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  • Seven Floors By Dino Buzzati

    Italian novelist, Dino Buzzati, in his story, “Seven Floors,” describes the struggles a man, Giovanni Corte, has with his slight illness in a sanatorium. According to the story, the seven floors of the sanatorium are separated based on the “gravity of their state;” the seventh floor is for the extremely mild cases while the first floor are for the casses the doctors can’t fix. Self-serving bias, described in module four, is defined as the tendency to perceive oneself favorably. The story begins…

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  • Case Study Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

    with pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) based on her history and examination. Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to control the pelvic floor muscles and failure to function properly is due to old age, obesity, pregnancy, menopause, and a vaginal delivery (Bartling, 2016). Its symptoms include urinary problems, constipation, a heavy feeling or bulge in the pelvis, and pain. Eleanor presents a majority of the risks factors and symptoms. She is more likely to have PFD since she is 88-years old…

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  • Epoxy Flooring Research Paper

    Flooring In Your Garage If you plan to transform your garage into a place where you can work or hangout, then one thing you need to consider is the floor. Bare concrete flooring is cold, dusty, and ugly. However, you can't apply just any type of flooring if you plan to park cars in the space too. Epoxy flooring is the solution. It has an attractive appearance, yet is durable and easy to clean. Here are some more things to know about this type of flooring for your garage. Why Epoxy Flooring Is…

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  • Brutalism Architecture In The 20th Century

    heat loss.” (Smithson and Smithson, 1986). Furthermore, in order to prevent excessive solar radiation in the Summer, the Smithson installed full height roller blinds on the first floor of the South facing façade. A system of rotate-able folding glass panels was able to opened up the ground floor almost completely to the garden providing natural ventilation whenever it’s necessary. Therefore, the Pavilion could adapt to occupancy patterns that varied according to the time of year. Despite the…

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  • Laundry Research Paper

    Laundry does not seem like a big issue until you are not able to wash clothes in a timely manner. In the Olive residence hall, all residences share a laundry room on the ground floor. With around 15 washers and 25 dryers to share between 429 students, there are bound to be some problems. Given that all of the machines are working, this provides a very limited amount of time and space for everyone to properly clean their clothes. My experience has included people moving my clothes with out my…

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  • Personal Narrative-Formal Theater Concert Analysis

    that the theater has seen many visitors and will continue to get them. Upon reaching the top of the stairs, you see a beautiful interior decoration of a asian city and a styled booth on each side of the stage. To the right of the balcony entrance, there are four tightly packed rows of 30 well-worn red theatre seats that have been tested thoroughly through the years. The chairs offer a brief resting spot for tired concert-goers. Some of the audience have kindly accepted and have begun to rest for…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Day Off Of School

    Fourth floor is whatever your heart desires as it will be label as the ‘lounge’. Fifth floor is off limit since we will be serving your lunches.” “CAN WE PLAY IN THE SNOW?” on of the 10th grader students shouts. “Who wants to play in the cold?” [Y/N] thought. Tsunade thought for a minute before answering. “If you want to play outside in the school ground, I will allow you to. However, you may not go past the cones that will be set up. If you try to escape, remember, we have security…

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  • Climate In Arwad Island And Outdoor Weather And Skilled Environment

    The eastern facade is completely closed, while the western facade has the lonely main gate with a place above it to put the flag or torch in it. The gate leads to the entrance of the tower that has a vaulted ceiling and contains two doors, one from the right side leads to a small room, and the other is directly opposite the main gate leading to an open yard surrounded by fifteen halls including the entrance hall on the ground floor. The ceilings of the rooms are built in a vault way, and the…

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  • Difference Between Varnish And Paint For Wooden Furniture

    Varnish vs paint for wooden furniture Paint and varnish are two popular products used to give your wooden furniture the perfect finish. They cover and protect your furniture and give it a long and healthy life. While both have more or less the same functions, they differ with each other in terms of texture, application, appearance and more. Let’s have a look at some of the basic differences between varnish and paint that would help you decide which one to choose to treat your furniture. Varnish…

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